Questions tagged [inductive]

In the context of electronics, inductive refers to circuits that use magnetic fields, for things such as power or data transfer or sensing metal objects

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Inductive and resistive load current draw - PSU

Below schematic is a simplified version of a power supply: simulate this circuit – Schematic created using CircuitLab When the voltage is set to 12V and current limit is set to 100 mA and ...
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How to prevent voltage spikes when motor is turned off

I have a schematics as shown below. The power source is a benchtop power supply which supplies a constant 24V power. Motor is controlled with ESC. When running the motor and then turning it off I ...
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Inductive toroidal conductivity sensor doesn’t work with enclosure on toroidal inductor

I’m building a inductive conductivity sensor using the principle shown in this image. I built a 4khz sine wave generator and connected it with the drive coil and look at the voltage across the pickup ...
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Need help identifying two and three terminal SMD components

There are two kinds of components which I need to know about:
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fan speed regulation causes other loads flickkering

I am using traic based dimmer circuit for regulating my ceiling fan. when the fan is regulated to low speed the other loads(incandescent,tube light,LED) in the room are flickering. when i increase the ...
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Why can't we operate at high frequencies (>0.5GHz) when having a resonant inductive coupling circuit?

I am currently trying to figure out if a high frequency (GHz) resonant inductive coupling circuit would be feasible and efficient when wirelessly transferring power. Through many research papers, ...
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Do Protected Power MOSFETs need a flyback diodes?

There are protected MOSFETs under various marketing names available (e.g. omnifet, hitfet, intellifet, etc). These devices include clamping diodes and overcurrent/temperature protection. They also ...
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Transistor Limit Current

I am using a LM395T transistor for an inductive load (a motor). The voltage limit is well within the 36V threshold. But current isn't limited. The specs of the transistor say that 1.5 A is maximum. ...
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What's the role of the capacitors in this AC circuit?

I've been around electronics for a lot of time but I really didn't understand how capacitors work in an AC or DC circuits. I know capacitor has a big role in smoothing the output of bridge rectifier. ...
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Snubber capacitor Voltage rating

I am designing a switching circuit for celing fan (max 80W/230VAC). This is basically relay based switching. I planned to add snubber circuit to reduce the back emf. I got a resistor value of 100&...
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Electro-mechanical relay durability curve

For general-purpose electro-mechanical relays, it is often mentioned in datasheets the number of cycles under various categories of load (AC1, AC15, DC1, DC13 etc.). For example, the following image: ...
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measuring wireless (inductive) power supplies

I bought an electric toothbrush with a lithium-ion battery and wireless (inductive) charger. It came with one of those air/water jet flossing accessories, which also has a lithium-ion battery and a ...
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AC motor control with triac or relay

I want to remote control (WiFi/Zigbee) a water pump AC motor, 1 phase or 3 phase depending on the case, with the smallest board size possible. I have used large motor AC contactor in past, it works ...
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Inductive Proximity Sensor Proteus Simulation

Do you know how can I simulate in Proteus a similar component to the Inductive Proximity Sensor? I don't find it on the default libraries Is it recommended to simulate every single component?
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P-MOSFET failing

I am using this solution to drive a large (huge) relay on a boat. The system works well for months on end, but eventually the MOSFET (T2) dies suddenly. I have modified the schematic to include the ...
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2n7000 used for inductively coupled load modulation apparently latched

So I've got a fairly basic circuit set up for load modulation of an inductively coupled circuit: A few notes on the above: LC's were designed for 1 MHz but work better at 950 kHz, thus the chosen ...
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Protecting an IO pin from a spike

I am building a circuit which communicates with an external Power Supply via UART. One of the IO pins from my MCU is connected to an optocoupler I have 4 relays on my PCB, they are separated ...
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Fake energy saver inductive loads

I watched this video on YouTube, it covered fake energy saving devices. I have seen many of these fake devices and they all seem to use a capacitor. My question is why would they bother? The person ...
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Conditioning input power supply on PCB

I have had issues in the past with using too close of an input power supply to the max rating of my main power regulator causing failures. For example, I used a 24VDC supply with a regulator with an ...
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P-Channel MOSFET reverse polarity protection on NMOS array chip

I'm trying to achieve reverse polarity protection for the TPL7404LADR chip which is basically an updated version of the ULN2003 darling transistor array. To do this I want to use a P Channel MOSFET ...
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Inducitve Proximity Sensor - Safety Gate Latch Codes?

If I am using an inductive proximity sensors as a safety gate latch, what codes and standards do I need to abide by? Some safety sensors I research have: - Category 3 (EN ISO 13849) - Safety ...
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Ideal LC circuit decays over time in LTspice

I was trying to simulate a transformer without a load, and setting an initial condition to observe how the energy will flow from the primary to the secondary circuit. I realized that the energy will ...
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Can a transformer damage a function generator?

I was playing around with a Siglent SDG 1032X and a small transformer, that I have directly connected to the generator's output, when I have reached the over voltage protection: I have accidentally ...
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ADC oscillation problem with inductive load

ADC in question is onboard ATMega168 micro controller. Relevant parts of the circuit look like this: simulate this circuit – Schematic created using CircuitLab Now I know AVCC is recommended ...
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PL-08N inductive sensor not turning off

I have one of these inductive sensors marked as PL-08N which should work within a 4-30VDC range and trigger at 8mm or less. I wired it as described below, with my ...
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Advice on choosing components for a flyback arrangement, for switching inductive loads fast

I have a bank of x6 MOSFETs (SUG90090E) connected in parallel, which I am using to switch a current of maximum 30A through a coil (resistance 1R and inductance 1mH), and am looking for some general ...
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What would happen if you accidentally casually put your apple watch on a wireless charger meant for phones or other higher power devices for hours? [closed]

What would happen if you accidentally, casually (because they're supposed to be so convenient!) put your apple watch on a wireless charger meant for phones or other higher power devices for hours? Or ...
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How to safely switch a big inductive load with a Triac using a capacitor snubber?

I am building a Spot Welder with a big powerful transformer. I have to switch a big inductive load of 70mH (input of a transformer) The switching will be done with an SSR (Opto Triac Zero crossing SSR-...
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WPT compensation topologies

I'm experimenting with compensation topologies for inductive WPT systems and have a small confusion. The general WPT industry uses compensation networks to cancel out reactive components in the ...
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Why does the voltage induced in the receiver coil of this WPT circuit decrease when a load is added (in parallel)?

The following is a circuit that wirelessly transfers power via inductive coupling. The circuit is supposed to power a 12 V 0.15 A DC fan and a typical smartphone, which requires 5 V DC across it. The ...
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What's causing the audible 7/8th rhythm in Qi chargers?

I have a wireless Qi charging system for my mobile phone. When I put the phone into the cradle it starts getting charged and I can hear a very quiet noise coming from the arrangement. Other ...
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Inductive loading in ADSL lines?

I have read that a significant drawback of telephone lines, one that makes difficult fast digital data transmission is the fact that they are inductively loaded. Now in telephone ADSL lines, are these ...
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IGBT destroyed. Help me identify any potential problems

I am trying to build an inductive oven control (for temperatures up to 1500 C), that controls the temperature by turning on the the inductive oven on and off like a commercial inductive hotplate. ...
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How does electromagnetism factor into inductively coupled RFID systems

LF and HF RFID systems use inductive coupling to supply the tag with power. UHF RFID systems use antennas to send electromagnetic waves, the power supplied to the tag comes from the transmitted ...
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Controlling the Spark plug using 555 IC

I built the circuit for ignition system using MOSFET, 555, ignition coil(specs unknown. But current rating is more than 2 A and less than 10 A), SMPS(12 V, 10 A for powering the the whole circuit). ...
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Protecting a power supply from inductive load

I recently got a PeakTech 6225A power supply for my hobby of making/"tinkering"/messing around. I get many parts that I want power separately to diagnose them. I also get a lot of electromotors and ...
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How to spec out a relay correctly

I have a load that I am trying to switch with a relay. The load to the relay is an autotransformer. The wiper output of the autotransformer is (2) 120:30 step down transformers with each having 150W ...
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Inductive Charging 2 layer coil transfer to 1 layer receiver. Any issues?

I am looking to incorporate a inductive charging mechanism into a project I’m working on. On the receiving side I only have room for a single layer coil design. For my transfer side I have more ...
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Can every voltage source accept fly-back diode's current?

A diode is used parallel to the motor (or inductive load) in order to prevent damage to the switch because of back-emf voltage. Now, that back-emf voltage actually produces a current and by using a ...
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Inductive proximity sensor and target design

I am thinking of using the LDC1612 by TI to sense position over a 0 to 10mm range with an accuracy better than 100nm. I have been told this is possible by a TI engineer. However, my question concerns ...
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T.I H-Bridge design with No protection diodes?

I am still on my struggle trying to design my own Brushed DC H-bridge with all N-MOS, still in the research stage and burning mosfets left and right. I have come across this T.I design ,relatively ...
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arduino controlled spark plug with ignition coil

I am trying to built a ignition system which will have the following Spark plug Ignition coil (I don't know the spec of these. but this one is from Honda Activa) Some switching circuit I found ...
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DC/DC step-down regulator destruction because of inductive load?

I was evaluating PAM2316 DC/DC step-down converter and destroyed several of them, I suppose the cause could be an inductive load. See my schematic and my layout here: Let me explain: The circuit was ...
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Npn transistor failed to work

Sometimes after long time working correctly and turning on and off inductive load, Darlington NPN transistor (ONSEMI BD679) which should follow signal (IN4), fails to work and turns on inductive load ...
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How do I find the power factor and the equivalent inductivity value for this given scheme?

My exam is in 2 days and I just can't figure this thing out. I have the following scheme: First I was asked to find out the impedance, resistance and reactance of the dipole given below. This is what ...
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Circuit for detecting signal inversion

I am using two inductors on both sides of an ac carrying straight wire and want to detect their proximity from the wire. The coils are a set distance apart and move together laterally via mechanical ...
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Desktop PC power supply is Inductive or resistive loads?

Our daily computers (Desktop PC, Server or normal laptop, mobile chargers) are those power supply inductive or resistive loads?
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Can you pair a compass or magnetometer with an induction circuit to create a form of metal detector?

A compass or magnetometer by themselves can only detect/measure magnetic fields, and thus would normally only be able to detect ferrous metals and (possibly) some active electrical circuits in ...
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How do inductive chargers detect a load?

For a wireless inductive charger, I understand the basic operating principle. I have a question regarding the operation of such chargers when no "load" is "connected". How do they detect the presence ...
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What specifies how much energy can be disspated in an IGBT when switching off?

I am driving an inductive load with an inductance \$L = 500\mu H\$ with a steady-state current of \$I = 300A\$. I would like to switch this current off quickly, and I plan on using an IGBT to do so. ...